PRINTER'S NO. 1095
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF PENNSYLVANIA
INTRODUCED BY CRUZ, YOUNGBLOOD, V. BROWN, COHEN, CLAY, VITALI AND ROEBUCK, MARCH 12, 2013
REFERRED TO COMMITEE ON JUDICIARY, MARCH 12, 2013
9§ 6108.1. Carrying firearms in the Capitol.
13(1) the Main Capitol;
14(2) the East Wing of the Capitol;
17(4) the Speaker K. Leroy Irvis Office Building; or
18(5) the North Office Building of the Capitol Complex.
19(b) Exceptions.--The provisions of subsection (a) shall not
1apply to a person who is:
2(1) a member of the Pennsylvania State Police;
3(2) a member of the Capitol Police;
8(5) an armed security agent under contract to service an
9automated teller machine in any of the buildings specified in
10subsection (a) or to transport money to and from the
11cafeteria of the East Wing of the Capitol, while performing
12the person's official duties.
13(c) Posting of notice.--Notice of the provisions of
14subsections (a) and (d) shall be posted conspicuously at each
15public entrance to each building specified in subsection (a),
16and no person shall be convicted of an offense under subsection
17(a) if the notice was not so posted at each public entrance to
18the building unless the person had actual notice of the
19provisions of subsection (a).
20(d) Lockers and facilities for checking firearms, rifles and
21shotguns.--The Commonwealth shall make available at or within
22each building specified in subsection (a) within one year of the
23effective date of this section, lockers or similar facilities at
24no charge or cost for the temporary checking of firearms, rifles
25and shotguns by persons lawfully carrying firearms, rifles and
26shotguns. Any individual checking a firearm, rifle or shotgun at
27a building specified in subsection (a) shall be issued a
28receipt. Notice of the location of the lockers or similar
29facility shall be posted as required under subsection (c).
30(e) Grading.--A person who violates this section commits a
1misdemeanor of the first degree.
2Section 2. This act shall take effect in 60 days.